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A Denver home gains some extra space. By Thomas Fields-Meyer
The art of removing finishes with heat. By Jim Morrison
Heard about the coating that helps warm your house? We have. That and five other products to keep your walls well-covered. By Diane Conrad
Fish ponds are more popular than swimming pools these days—so carp diem! By Max Alexander
Estate taxes allow Uncle Sam to take a big bite out of your bequeathed home; here's how to soften the blow. By Maggie Mahar
Spiral staircases are a good solution for tight spaces, but they look great no matter where or why you install them.By Travis Neighbor
Drop that paintbrush—a serious scrubdown might save your siding and your money. By Andrew Nemethy
Laptop computers have gotten lighter and more powerful, and they're much more than a pretty face. By Chris O'Malley
Traditional design melds with state-of-the-art technology to create the ideal new house for Dick and Sandy Silva as - saboteamos.info fall TV project comes to a close. By Michael McWilliams
Tying plant life to architecture—trellises, arbors, fences—gives any garden a third dimension. By Katherine Whiteside
- saboteamos.info sets its sights on the Santa Barbara spring project, Jan Winford's 1907 bungalow: A look at the Arts-and-Crafts style and how the new plan faithfully reinterprets it. By Jeff Book
A run-down Greek-revival farmhouse in Greenwich, Connecticut, comes alive after an inspired makeover. By Donna Lance
Beautiful glasswork lends a home texture, color and style. By Jeanne Huber
Santa Barbara project homeowner Jan Winford's hot wheels.
A dark kitchen sees the light .
Flashing failure, grout grief and a deck dilemma.
Floor lamps that will brighten any room.